Snowflake nails by nevertoomuchglitter
My new zibbet shop : Simplee Luxx is open ! http://www.zibbet.com/simpleeluxx
I’ll be listing new items later this month : )
Ribbon nails by sprinklesinsprings
What to do with all the leftover ribbon from the holidays ? Ribbon Nails !!! They are fun and easy to do with any base color and top coat. Check out this awesome tutorial by Kara!!
Twist and Loop Updo by ericalea
This only look harder than it really is. Pretty much all you must do is grab small sections of hair and twist them. Then create small loops and pin them . The goal is to form a bun. She has even posted a video about this tutorial for the visual learners.
Braided Updo by Kristin on the daily hair blog on latest-hairstyles.com
Check out this hair tutorial that’s perfect for the holidays or photography !
1.Brush your hair to remove all knots.
2.Take a section at the top left and divide into three parts.
3. Dutch braid (also called inside out braid) – bring the left under the middle, then the right under the middle, and keep repeating.
4. Add in sections of hair from each side as you braid.
5. Angle your braid diagonally across your head.
6. Keep braiding to the end and secure with a hair band.
7.Loosen the braid by pulling gently to make it look bigger.
8.Twist the end of the braid around to create a flat bun and pin in place
Don’t forget finish the look with flexible hairspray to keep everything in place!!
Snowflake nails by nevertoomuchglitter
Photo magnets by sei lifestyle
Still looking for stocking stuffers try making your own. Photo magnets are easy and fun to make. The best part its handmade therefore you can customize them. I’ve seen them in black and white photos and many other shapes. Hope you have fun making this craft!
Candy Lights by oh happy day
Here’s how you can sweeten up your landscape with candy lights ! With corsage boxes, a string of lights, scissors, wire or pipe cleaners to fasten, wire cutters, cellophane rolls in different colors, tape you can affordably recreate this idea. Give this a try !
Miniature Elf Treats featured on unconfidential cook
The holidays are here and so are Santa’s little helpers. And they are hungry too!!! For alternative way to get into the holiday spirit try making mini donuts and cupcakes. For the donut dip cheerios into baking chocolate and sprinkles, confectioners’ sugar and in cinnamon sugar.For easy mini cakes use oreos with a layer of frosting between them, then more frosting on tops and sides and your choice of decorations. The mini cone is Bugle chip and a scoop”of seasoned cream cheese. Lastly the cookies are peanut-butter cookie dough and regular-size chocolate chips. Have fun !!!
Flower Press featured on design sponge
Dried flowers are the perfect addition to handemade cards or picture frames. Here’s an easy tutorial on making your own flower press. I’ve done flower pressing before but this press with bolts will yield better results than using books.
Shoe Lacing Methods featured on fieggen.com
Mathematically there are more than 2 trillion ways to tie your laces through six pairs of eyelets on an average shoe.This tutorial features 36 shoe lacing tutorials including some traditional methods and insanely new knots. Check out the rest of the website for bi-clor methods, lug lacing,and much more fun !
Felt Flower Wreath featured on tatertots and jello
Now this is my kind of wreath. Fashion conscious and still maintaining the holiday spirit. Check out the tutorial : )
Crayon Art by Whatever
Create your own artwork with these steps. Get a box of crayons, select the ones you like, hot glue them to a canvas, and set a hair dryer on high to melt away the ends. I love this and how easy it is : )
So i spotted this 1940s French cloche with sequins on ¡que bueno! on etsy and fell i love.
But I wondered if I could make it . Yes, you can!
Source: ¡que bueno!
My magic mom turned a wool coat into a cloche hat.
If you want to step this tutorial up a notch embellish it with beads, stick to neutral colors, or make cut out designs. Check out the tutorial: have fun !